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Old 07-27-2003, 07:12 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I have like a dozen birds eye weave cloth diapers, never used on babies butts, just as burp clothes, I am trying to think of a craft to use them up on. Any ideas?

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My sister (12 years my senior) recycled the diapers my mom used on ME for the padding/interior of potholders!

Essentially, she just made 2 9" quilt squares and for the batting used one or two layers of my old diapers....and they are wonderful!
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Swiffer pads, dust rags, reuseable "paper" towels, window cleaners, face washies for after meals, traveling diaper changing pads, reusable travel washies, the list can go on and on as far as your imagenation will take you. I REALLy like the idea of hot pad filler.

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You could tie dye em, and make a groovy blankie/quilt!
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